Eric Sprung

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The emergence of low power wireless devices has created a strong need for power supply systems capable of storing energy harvested from the local environment and providing a regulated output to applications. Common problems with harvested energy include the inconsistency of available energy sources and the efficiency of conversion and regulation. Using high(More)
While low power, low cost wireless sensing devices may provide transformative capabilities to the areas of remote sensing, automation, and data collection across many sectors of industry, one of the greatest remaining obstacles to rapid adoption is the need for more capable energy supplies. By increasing sensor node lifetimes the need for intervention and(More)
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